Hey nomads, I just stumbled across this awesome little maker gadget. It's just an Altoids can, two AA, and some hardware. So
Perfect for charging our stuff on the go. I'll be buying one later when I get back on the road.
Personally, I think a solar charger is (in the long term) a better buy: Compact Solar Power Station
Portable, compact and uniquely-designed to split a 4.2charge between two ports, alternate between charging 2 Smartphones at 2.1 amp each. With a foldable prong its perfect for travel and with an universal power acceptance never be stranded or limited to charging one device from a wall socket anymore!
This 2 USB Port 20w Travel Wall Charger is a versatile powerful and reliable charger. It is convenient, powerful, safe, easy to use, and designed to have enough power to charge Andriod or Apple 2 of any Devices Simultaneously.
Non brand wireless charger is like waste money becasue we can't replace to company if occurred any problem regarding to charging or any technical fault, i would be recommend choe amazon shop to buy any wireless charger devices for i phonesNew Announcement - amazon.com/dp/B00HZF6UGG/
Apparently I didn't even set my alarm this time. Although now I've acertained my magic oversleep number is 2 hours. Does this mean I have to start over?...Just say the word, I need a YES or NO from both Neetu and Ty on this one.
Last night I had the most vivid dream yet. I had no idea dreaming could be so intense. I was at school, but it was in front of this DAM that had just blown over. I swear I could feel the water...very intense.
I set my alarm on that dream for only 20 mins. I don't really know why, but for some reason I felt like I had to try that out to see how I'd feel. It was about the same as the standard 30, although the REM time was cut short by the alarm, which went off right in the middle of the intense dreaming.
I guess I can get on with boring people with the minutiae of my life. Starting with: I just saw a kingfisher on the river. Which was pretty amazing. I think the last time I saw a kingfisher in real life I was about nine years old.